I am an Assistant Professor in the Mathmatics department at Princeton University. In Spring 2018 I am teaching MAT 104. I also co-organize the Topology Seminar. I am interested in low dimensional topology, particularly Heegaard Floer homology and its applications to 3-manifolds and knot theory. I am especially interested in using bordered Heegaard Floer homology as a computational tool to study complicated 3-manifolds. I have written a program that uses bordered Heegaard Floer to compute HF-hat of arbitrary graph manifolds. I received my Ph.D. from Columbia University in 2014, supervised by Robert Lipshitz. Before coming to Princeton in Fall 2017, I was an RTG Instructor at the University of Texas at Austin. Here is a more detailed CV. |